Sierra Mountain Canine Formula with Lamb in Gravy

A great tasting complement to the dry Taste of the Wild formulas, the Sierra Mountain Canine Formula with Lamb in Gravy will satisfy even the most finicky dogs. This complete and balanced formula can also be fed as your pet’s sole diet. Made with lamb, this formula offers a taste sensation like no other. Contains sweet potatoes and peas, great sources of highly digestible energy. Supplemented with vegetables and fruits, this formula delivers antioxidants to help give your friend a healthy lifestyle.

Sierra Mountain Canine Formula with Lamb in Gravy is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Senior dog loves it I have a 10 yr old dog who has problems with her teeth, and feeding her this has helped keep her pain free.
Date published: 2018-04-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dog likes it - Cures a problem Our Great Pyrenes was constantly throwing up his Science Hill dry food. We switched to Taste of the Wild canned food and the throwing up became much less frequently, but he stared to have serious gas problems. After he did finally throw up his canned food we noticed that after almost 4 hours the food showed no signs of digestion. After a night of computer research, all the information that I found seemed to point to a lack of digestive enzymes in our dog's stomach. I purchased 4oz can of Naturvet Digestive Enzymes and started to use it. The gas problem has all most disappeared and or dog seems to feel a lot better and runs to get his food in the morning which he would not even eat sometimes when feeding the Science Hill. I give four stars for the Taste of the Wild and five stars for the Taste of the Wild canned food and Naturvet Digestive Enzyme combination. If only it was not so expensive, but there seems to be a solution to a dog with a sensitive stomach.
Date published: 2020-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Barney & Bella Love Taste of the Wild! My 2 Dogs only eat Taste of the Wild Dog Food. They LOVE the Sierra Mountain & also Pacific Stream. Taste of the Wild is the best because it is Grain Free!
Date published: 2018-04-21
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My dog thoroughly enjoys a mix of wet and dry taste of the wild (Lamb). Does one or the other have more calories? For a 50lb dog, I'm feeding 1/2 can and 1 cup dry, once a day, but she could stand to lose some weight. Any help would be appreciated.

Asked by: sipnbrew
Hello, when feeding more than one formula, you need to consider the total calories consumed with feeding both wet and dry food. One can of this wet formula contains 430 calories and 1 cup of dry formula contains 338 calories. A moderately active 50 pound adult dog generally requires 1144 calories per day, but this total must be adjusted based on age, activity, metabolism, and environment. Your Veterinarian can help you determine the correct amount of calories for your individual dog.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2017-04-12

My puppy is 5 months old and it seems his eating habits for dry food is not like before is it safe to mix a little of the wet product or is he still to young for that.

Asked by: BB puppy
Hello! Many pets enjoy the variety they receive when you feed more than one recipe. Our canned recipes are formulated for growth and maintenance and are suitable for dogs of all ages, from puppy to senior. Please note that for puppies, it is suggested to feed up to two times the recommended adult feeding amount based on body weight. As your puppy gets older, gradually decrease the amounts to the adult amounts. Additionally, if you do feed wet and dry food, be sure to monitor the total calories to ensure you are not overfeeding. If you need help determining how many calories per day your dog needs, please contact us by visiting and we’d be happy to help!
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-09-19

Do either the TOTW Sierra mountain canned or dry food have added omega 3 acids? My dogs love a mix at meals. They are both white pitbull mix dogs with some skin issues and my local animal nutrition store suggested omega 3s. 

Asked by: Mamie8
Hello, both the canned and dry formulas contain omega-3 fatty acids. The dry food has added salmon oil, which includes marine-sourced omega-3 fatty acids.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2017-08-31

My dog weighs 85 lbs. She recently got finicky about dry TOW lamb formula. Would like to supplement dry with wet lamb formula w/o increasing calories. Normally feed her 4 cups/day dry over 3 meals. How much of canned can I add to entice her?

Asked by: Vicki
Once you begin to add the canned food, reduce the amount of the dry formula you are feeding by an equal amount of calories. Both our canned and dry formulas provide optimal nutrition for your pet.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2017-01-10

What is the sodium content of your canned Sierra Mountain Canine formula?

Asked by: Amber
The sodium content is 0.24% as fed.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2017-01-04

How long does an opened can of Sierra mountain last in the fridge

Asked by: Jessie
Hello, Jessie and thanks for your question! Partially eaten cans should be covered or put into an airtight container in the refrigerator and kept no longer than three days after opening.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2018-12-14

Has the lamb wet been known to cause any constipation? My 20 lb lasa apso/papion mix is having trouble 2 weeks after switching

Asked by: Abbys Mom
Hi, thank you for reaching out. Changing the diet too rapidly can result in gastrointestinal upset in dogs, especially if the previous diet was very different than the new one. That being said, constipation can have many different causes. Please contact one of our product specialists at 1-800-342-4808 so we can learn more about your dog and make the best recommendation.
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2017-11-22

I do not see taurine listed.   I read that you put it in all your dog foods.  Do you put enough to protect my kids, dogs, from heart disease?   I love the TOTW , which I have been feeding for 15 years.  I was thinking about changing due to the grain free

Asked by: Mary
Hi, Mary. Taurine has not yet been recognized as an essential ingredient in dog food by the American Association of Feed Control Officials (AAFCO); therefore, we do not include it in our canned dog food recipes at this time. However, we appreciate your suggestion and will pass it along to our team! Additionally, it’s important to know that no direct links have been made between grain-free diets and DCM (heart disease). If you have any additional questions or concerns please contact us by calling 1-800-342-4808 (8 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT weekday) or by visiting our website
Answered by: Taste of the Wild
Date published: 2019-03-19
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